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Kongsberg International School (KIS) is an IB school at its core and we are passionate about teaching the PYP and MYP curricula. We aim to ensure that students have a positive learning experience which will prepare them for not only their future learning but to be valued members of society in a fast-changing world.

KIS was established in 2003 to serve the needs of an increasingly international community in the “Technology Town” of Kongsberg. We work closely with local industry, the wider local community and the local environment as a means to strengthen learning engagements. We have also initiated ground-breaking projects that have taken our students to many parts of the world and opened their eyes to the true meaning of global citizenship.

KIS currently employs around 40 staff members and the student body consists of just under 200 students. As a small school, KIS has always prided itself on its family feeling, with close working relationships between staff and students. Despite its size, with students from more than 30 nationalities and staff from all parts of the globe, the school has an international, multicultural dynamic. Kongsberg International School is a non-profit, independent school that is funded primarily through state subsidies and topped up with capped school fees. The sum of these factors results in a diverse student body.

Kongsberg is a small university town located in the south-eastern part of Norway, less than 100km from Oslo, with proximity to mountains and the south coast of Norway. Kongsberg has around 25.000 inhabitants, with a large portion employed in international high-tech companies that operate all over the world. Kongsberg is a safe, family-friendly town that offers a range of opportunities for those interested in outdoor leisure activities such as golf, fishing, hiking, climbing and cross country- and alpine skiing.


Kongsberg International School is now recruiting for:


Accountant (part-time 50%)

The Accountant works alongside the Head of School and Business Manager as part of the school’s Finance Committee. Preferred start date 1 January 2024.

Preferred Qualifications and Personal Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree within the areas of accounting or corporate finance

  • Certified Public Accountant (“autorisert regnskapsfører”)

  • Up-to-date knowledge of Norwegian laws, taxes, pensions and financial regulations

  • Relevant work experience

  • Fluency in Norwegian and English, written and oral

  • Strong collaborative, communicative and organizational skills

  • Reporting skills

  • Attention to detail

  • Time management and deadline-oriented

  • Confidentiality

  • IT skills, in particular Excel, Outlook and use of accounting software and Altinn portal

  • General maths skills


We Can Offer

  • A position as part of a small, but experienced team with great potential for influence in an inspiring, international environment

  • Opportunities for personal and professional development

  • An informal and stimulating work setting with a high professional standard


For start as soon as possible! For further information, please contact the Head of Middle School, Juan Camilo Rozo, by email as below.


How to Apply
To apply and for more information, please contact the school’s Business Manager, Andrew Gregory at or by phone 458 67 680. The deadline for applications is 9 November 2023.

We regret that we may not be able to give feedback to all applicants. However, applicants are welcome to request a simple confirmation of receipt.

Kongsberg International School is committed to safeguarding and safer recruitment. An offer of employment to a successful candidate will therefore be made subject to submission of police criminal record certificates relevant to working with children and young people.


Kongsberg International School will process applicants’ personal data as defined under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Our legal basis for processing applicants’ personal data is “legitimate interests”. Kongsberg International School will not store data for longer than the time required for the purpose for which it has been collected unless specific consent is given by data subjects to store it for longer.

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